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Camp Atterbury Muscatatuck Army Base

Joint Maneuver Training Center, 157th Infantry Brigade, 205th Infantry Brigade and 4th Cavalry Brigade
3008 Old Hospital Road, Edinburgh, IN 46124

Camp Atterbury

Camp Atterbury Muscatatuck is a State of Indiana and Department of Defense collaborative enterprise whose capabilities can prepare a team for deployment in support of national requirements both in the homeland and overseas.  The enterprise is comprised of the Atterbury-Muscatatuck Center for Complex Operations (AMCCO), Camp Atterbury Maneuver Training Center, Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, and Jefferson Proving Ground Air-Ground Range Complex.


Atterbury-Muscatatuck Center for Complex Operations is a Military Department of Indiana activity tasked with the responsibility to guide the development and operation of the enterprise in support if the emerging national security requirements of the 21st Century. AMCCO operates as the strategic planning and business arm of the Atterbury-Muscatatuck enterprise.


Camp Atterbury Maneuver Training Center is located near Edinburgh, Indiana and spans across 35,000 acres.  It commands, operates, manages and administers the use of resources to accomplish all assigned missions. It also serves as a multi-purpose Installation providing year-round customer service to transient units, tenant organizations, and joint forces activities for two brigade-size elements. It offers a full suite of ranges, maneuver training areas, facilities, and a joint simulation, training, and exercise complex to train for 21st Century warfare and homeland defense exercises.


Muscatatuck Urban Training Center is located in Jennings County, South Central Indiana near North Vernon and is a secluded, self-contained community. Muscatatuck offers real buildings, a real urban environment, and real training in a full-immersion contemporary urban training environment.  It contains a 180-acre reservoir and urban infrastructure consisting of more than 100 training structures including a school, hospital, dormitories, light industrial structures, single family type dwellings, a dining facility, and various administrative buildings. Additionally, the training area includes an extensive underground utility tunnel system and more than nine miles of roads and streets.


Jefferson Proving Ground spans across 1,033 acres near Muscatatuck Urban Training Center and plays a significant role in many aspects of Air and Army training.  Because of restricted air space, COAs, and proximity to Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Jefferson Range has become an important adjunct training and testing destination, including those exercises scheduled for military special operations units.

Arriving at Camp Atterbury Muscatatuck
The closest airport to Camp Atterbury Muscatatuck is Indianapolis International Airport, located 43 miles from base.
Directions to base:
  • Head northeast on Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Dr and Keep right to stay on Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Dr
  • Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 74 E/Interstate 465 S and merge onto I-465 S/I-74
  • Merge onto I-465 S/I-74 then Take exit 53B for Interstate 65 S toward Louisville
  • Merge onto I-65 S then Take exit 80 for IN-252 toward Flat Rock/Edinburgh
  • Slight right toward IN-252 W/Shelbyville Rd and Continue straight onto IN-252 W/Shelbyville Rd
  • Turn right onto Shelby St and Shelby St turns right and becomes E Center Cross St
  • E Center Cross St turns right and becomes IN-252 W/Eisenhower Dr/E State Route 252
  • Continue straight onto E 800 S and Continue onto Old Hospital Rd
Base Population

There are over 45,000 military personnel, civilian personnel, families, and retirees stationed at Camp Atterbury Muscatatuck.